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Khenmo Konchog Nyima Drolma: Serving the Dharma and Sowing the Seeds of Monasticism in the West
A Western nun works to establish a monastic community in Portland
Uploaded 12 May 2017
The 2,600th Anniversary of the Global Bhikkhuni Sangha and Fourfold Sangha of the Buddha
Witnessing the revival of the female monasticism in the Buddhist world
Uploaded 9 Sep 2016
Dharma in Translation: Lhundup Damchö
On the path to female monasticism
Uploaded 2 Sep 2016
Exclusive Interview: The 17th Karmapa and the Buddhist Nuns of the Tibetan tradition
His Holiness shares his thoughts on the future of female monasticism
Uploaded 19 Aug 2016
Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project: The First Buddhist Nunnery in the UK
A milestone for female monasticism in Britain
Uploaded 5 Aug 2016
Taking Refuge: Kaira Jewel Lingo
The search for community as a monastic and as a layperson
Uploaded 13 May 2016
Seon and the City
Exploring an 8th century temple amid the bustle and glamour of downtown Seoul
Uploaded 24 Dec 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Monasticism for the Young—A Considered Choice?
The dangers of using monasticism as a social safety net
Uploaded 30 Oct 2015
Sri Lanka: Where “Southern Buddhism” Rules
A saffron-clad Buddhist monk is one of the most common sights in Sri Lanka, where the doctrine of the Buddha has been venerated for over 2,000 years. During the early 1980s, however, a different type
Uploaded 30 Apr 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Crisis and Opportunity for Theravada Buddhism
The Buddhist sangha is perhaps the longest-lived institution in world history. It has diffused across time and space over a period of more than 2,500 years. It has traversed the globe through diverse,
Uploaded 20 Mar 2015
Letters from Saint Petersburg: Seekers Share Their Stories
The year was 1993, shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Two years had passed since the heroic city of Leningrad was rechristened Saint Petersburg, its imperial name. Vasily Repin was a stud
Uploaded 13 Mar 2015
Merton, Non-self, and Surrender
Reading another’s journal is like peering through a window into a person’s world. I recently read The Intimate Merton (1999)—the collected journals of Thomas Merton, the American Trappist monk, writer
Uploaded 5 Dec 2014
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